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Nathan Carter in the SSE Arena Belfast

  The atmosphere at the SSE Arena in Belfast was buzzing when the room filled with middle-aged women, and the odd husband or two, to watch Nathan Carter in his second Arena tour. Big T from Downtown Radio came out to hype up the crowd. He addressed Nathan’s family who …

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Belfast Homeless Charity Celebrates First Birthday

HOME NI attracted a large crowd in Belfast on 24 March to celebrate their first birthday as a registered charity. The charity which was set up by Lauren Davidson aims to end homelessness for good by offering guidance and advice in order to get people off the streets. The next …

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Movies

Review: Marvel’s Black Panther

He isn’t the Pink Panther’s evil cousin, he’s King of the African Nation of Wakanda and your new favourite superhero.  Sarah McKinley 21/03/18 Released 12th February, director Ryan Coogler’s exhilarating sci-fi is breaking box office records at… well… a record breaking rate! Chadwick Boseman stars as T’Challa, the Mandella-esque royal who returns to Wakanda as heir to the throne when his father dies. Wakanda is ancient and …

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Extreme Arm Knitting workshop at An Creagán

A new ‘Extreme Arm Knitting’ workshop was held in An Creagán, County Tyrone on Saturday 28th April 2018. Agne Nazebtauskaite who has been creating chunky blankets for three years, shared her skills with the eleven ladies who took part in the workshop. The blankets turned out great and it proved …

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Review: Wicked

  Currently one of London’s longest running productions in the West End, Wicked is an award-winning musical which continues to captivate audiences after over a decade in residency at the Apollo Victoria Theatre Wicked is a prequel to L. Frank Baum’s famous 1900 novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” and offers an …

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Overworked, Underemployed

With another university year coming to an end, thousands of students are anxiously approaching the end of their student experience, wondering about the next chapter of their lives. A select few will have long known what they wanted to do next, but for many there are at least some lingering …

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Back of the pack, are we lazy language learners?

For many, learning another language can be a daunting experience. There are many obstacles in the way, rewiring your brain to think in another tongue, dedicating time to trawling relentlessly through grammar text books and plucking up the courage to express yourself in front of someone else, someone foreign. Nevertheless, …

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Placement: a sandwich year but do you get a real taste of the working world?

  Unpaid placements are becoming more and more common, with work experience in high demand due to the competitive job market, graduates need differentiation. Ellie Dolan, Jordanstown student who obtained an unpaid placement with Strabane Council believes all placements should have a salary. ‘I most definitely think all placements should …

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Heart disease warning factors neglected by many

Many adults in the UK are unaware of the risk factors of heart disease. The British Heart Foundation conducted a survey in 2014 and found that only 2% of people are afraid of getting Coronary Heart disease. The majority of people are more afraid of getting Dementia or Cancer. Within …

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Mental health and the student experience

Anxiety affects 8.2 million people in Great Britain and one in four students are reported to suffer from mental health issues. I am personally affected by anxiety, I feel it in my studies, in my social life, and in my job. It took me a long time to even deal …

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